Saturday, December 17, 2011



In these posts I will be interacting with Scripture – making it a conversational walk of faith.

Sometimes we'll be talking with Jesus, sometimes God will be talking to us.

There might even be *guest appearances* by some of our beloved characters from the Bible!

So put on your walking shoes – you know we can all use the exercise!

Moses has a talk with me:

Sharon, I have told you the commands and regulations that the LORD our God has told me to teach you.

You are about to enter a new year, 2012, and it's important that you obey them.

The LORD has new territory awaiting you – He is opening up new doors of opportunity.

So, listen closely, Sharon, and be careful to obey.

Moses, I sense the LORD moving in new directions. I want nothing more than to hear what His purposes are for me.

Good! The most important thing to remember is the LORD is our God, yours and mine. And He is the only true God.

Yes, so much false teaching out there, Moses. So many people saying that there are many roads to God, many roads to heaven.

Ah, yes. But there is only the road of salvation through Jesus Christ. Only God's way to the Promised Land.

So, how do I obey Him?

First things first.

Love the LORD your God with all of your heart…

All of my loyalty, my feelings, my desires…

And all of your soul…

All of my thoughts, my character, and my innermost being, the core of who I am…

And all of your strength…

All of my patience, endurance, perseverance…

And you must commit yourself wholeheartedly to Him. Repeat His commands and promises again and again.

Talk about them – when you're at home and when you're out and about. When you are going to bed and when you are getting up.

Yes, Moses – at all times, I will remember the words of God.

Fear the LORD your God and serve Him. Be diligent. Do what is right and good in His sight.

Fear the LORD, and He will continue to bless you and preserve you.

I will fear the LORD, for those who fear Him will have all they need.

God has promised the crown of life to those who love Him.

Oh, how I love Him…

(From Deuteronomy 6, Psalms 34, and James 1)

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  1. I'm in full on Moses mode these days because of what I've been learning and teaching for the past many months. I love this little conversation between you and the one who talked to the LORD face to face, as one talks to a friend. That's what these little Saturday strolls remind me of, in fact.

    I am still in freak out mode over the way that God even brought me to the new year in that above mentioned study exactly in perfect timing. I did NOT plan it that way when I started the unit earlier in the year. He is teaching me,and I so desperately want to learn.

  2. What an interesting conversation with the idea of that and of course what he has to say. God bless.

  3. Amen...loved how you shared this scripture lesson, Sharon!

  4. Love your water and rock pictures! And sounds like Moses had good Scriptural advice for us all!

  5. I love Him, too!

    Thank you Sharon for a delightful stroll on Mon. with Moses and you! It's easy to talk the talk, a bit more to walk the walk and obedience and holiness is what we are called to... for me that's quite a difficult task, but my heart is for it, just need to get the rest of me in line...

    Clearly, we are walking on Holy Ground with Moses, and I hear that there are angels all round. Looks like God's opening in avenues for you. Good for you! Thanks for the scriptural stroll of inspiration and encouragement with great insights from the Tablet Carrier, who knew the Glory of God... and kept a covenant that we are able to have seen fulfilled because of obedient servants of the OT... and since!

    Many blessings Sharon,

  6. This is a unique and interesting way to present the truth. You and Moses did well.


"So [I] have been greatly encouraged in the midst of [my] troubles and suffering, dear brothers and sisters, because you have remained strong in your faith. It gives [me] new life to know that you are standing firm in the Lord. How [I] thank God for you!" (1 Thessalonians 3:7-9)

Thanks for your comments - it is such a joy to be sharing my journey with friends like YOU!

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